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    March 31, 2020 7:44 PM PDT

    Ozone Park, NY (SportsNetwork. Dwight Clark Super Bowl Jersey .com) - Micromanage, coupled with Misconnect, rallied from the outside to capture Saturdays $100,000 Queens County Stakes at Aqueduct. Trained by Todd Pletcher and owned by Repole Stable, Micromanage and Misconnect went off as the 7-2 third pick in the 1 1/8-mile race with eight betting interests. Vyjack was the 6-5 favorite and Stormin Monarcho the 3-1 second choice. Micromanage, ridden by Manuel Franco, settled off the pace in seventh as the field went up the backstretch. The 4-year-old colt began his rally from the outside on the far turn as Vyjack got shuffled back along the inside. On the final turn, Micromanage moved into contention from the outside and went to the lead at the top of the stretch. Vyjack, ridden by Irad Ortiz Jr., was trapped on the inside but found running room with about 100 yards to go. Micromanage surged down the stretch and held off Vyjack to win by 1 1/4 lengths with entrymate Misconnect getting third. The colt stopped the timer at 1:51.76 on a fast track. We really didnt want to run the two horses together; we kind of wanted to split them up. (But) they were both training really, really well, and if theyre both going to stay here, this is the spot, owner Mike Repole said. I thought Misconnect ran really, really well and Micro, getting off the turf and back to the dirt, at a mile-and-an-eighth, is really, really good. Manny Franco rode him very well for the first time he rode him. Theyll stay in New York. Theres another stakes on January 19 ($100,000 Jazil). Theyll get a little bit of a break over the holidays and bring them back in January. Rounding out the finish were Stormin Monarcho, Turco Bravo, Elnaawi, Don Dulce, Percussion and Plainview. Wealth To Me was scratched. The Queens County victory was worth $60,000 as Micromanage boosted his career earnings to $701,881 with six wins, four seconds and five thirds from 23 lifetime starts. Hes been training great and has been a solid horse for us, especially getting back on the dirt. He seems to like this inner track, Pletcher said. Micromanage was coming off a 10th-place finish at Aqueduct four weeks ago in the Red Smith Handicap on grass. In mid-October he was third in Belmont Parks Bowling Green, also on turf, after setting most of the pace. The colt already posted wins in the Skip Away at Gulfstream Park in March and the Birdstone in August at Saratoga. He was second in the Brooklyn Handicap and third as the even-money favorite in Parx Racings Greenwood Cup. He had to be eased in Belmonts Jockey Club Gold Cup on Sept. 27. Micromanage returned $9.70, $3.70 and $4.90. Vyjack paid $3.20 and $2.90, and Misconnect paid $9.70, $3.70 and $4.90. Dee Ford Super Bowl Jersey . A rainy day saw the former champion Djokovic handle 14th-seeded Frenchman Jo- Wilfried Tsonga 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5) under the roof on the famed Centre Court. Jeff Wilson Super Bowl Jersey .ca NHL Power Rankings, finally overtaking the St. Louis Blues and Chicago Blackhawks, who rank second and third this week.LOS ANGELES -- A raging Donald Sterling denounced his wife, her lawyers and the NBA from the witness stand Wednesday, saying he would never sell the Los Angeles Clippers and vowing a lifetime of lawsuits against the league. "Make no mistake today," Sterling shouted toward the end of his second day of testimony in the trial to determine his wifes right to make a $2 billion deal to sell the Clippers, "I will never, ever sell this team and until I die I will be suing the NBA for this terrible violation under antitrust." He was followed to the stand by wife Shelly, who tried to approach him in the front row of the courtroom after she was done for the day. "Get away from me, you pig!" Sterling shouted. The judge then admonished him to make no further comments. Sterling began his testimony by saying he loved his wife, but then denounced her. He said she told him to have psychiatric and neurological exams only because he had turned 80, and she was concerned for his health. "She deceived me. I trusted her," Sterling said. "I never thought a wife wouldnt stand for her husband." Donald Sterlings lawyers are challenging the authority of Shelly Sterling under the family trust to unilaterally cut a deal for the team with former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. Before she made the deal, two doctors examined Donald Sterling and declared him mentally incapacitated and unable to act as an administrator of the Sterling Family Trust, which owns the Clippers. Sterling said he was certain his wife had never read the family trust because it was too complicated for her to understand. During examination by his own lawyer, Maxwell Blecher, Sterling was asked about his wifes position in the trust if he were to be disqualified as a trustee. "She has no rights whatsoever. She has no stock. She has no standing whatsoever," Sterling said. He also lashed out at the NBA, saying, "My wife was terrified. Shes frightenedd to death. George Kittle Super Bowl Jersey. She thinks the NBA will take away everything she worked for. She was scared out of her mind." The NBA banned Donald Sterling for life and moved to force him to sell the Clippers after a recorded conversation in which he made racist statements came to light earlier this year. He denied he was a racist from the witness stand when asked Wednesday. Sterling at times yelled at his own lawyer as well as the lawyer for Shelly Sterling, and threw a paper down on the witness box. He was followed to the stand by Shelly Sterling, who said she was a 50 per cent beneficiary of the family trust. When asked by her attorney Pierce ODonnell if she was "separated" from her husband of 58 years, she said "sort of." But she described herself as his principal caretaker, who takes him to medical appointments, makes sure he takes all of his pills, and is concerned for him. "Do you love your husband?" ODonnell asked. "Yes, I do," Shelly Sterling said. But she then told of seeing him in an interview on CNN and becoming frightened at his personality change. "I couldnt believe it, and I started crying," she said. "I felt so bad. I couldnt believe that was him." She said she contacted a neurologist to examine him and later a psychiatrist, thinking initially that he might have had a stroke. She said she suggested radiological tests or imaging to examine his brain, and was told eventually that he had early signs of Alzheimers. She became slightly tearful as she described her understanding of the disease, which becomes progressively worse. Her testimony is scheduled to resume Thursday. NBA owners are scheduled to vote on the Ballmer deal on July 15. Its also the day that Ballmers offer is set to expire -- and there is no deal without the judges approval of the sale. If the sale isnt completed by Sept. 15, the league said it could seize the team and put it up for auction. ' ' '